Zionist PM to Present Biden with Plan to Confront Iran without Nuclear Deal - Report
By Staff, Agencies
At his first official meeting with US President Joe Biden, scheduled for Tuesday, Zionist Prime Minister Naftali Bennett is expected to present his host with a plan to confront Iran that reportedly does not involve the revival of the nuclear deal, The Times of ‘Israel’ cited a senior diplomatic source as saying.
“The heart of the diplomatic discussion will deal with Iran,” the source said. "[...] There is no value to returning to the nuclear deal. We inherited an Iran that is working extremely aggressively and is empowering very negative forces in the region," the source claimed.
Bennett's plan will reportedly envisage both tackling Iran's nuclear program and regional activities without returning to the 2015 Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action [JCPOA], with the official cited by the ‘Israeli’ outlet claiming that the deal gives Tehran too much in return.
The report also noted that "no major concessions to the Palestinians are expected to be announced" during Bennett's first overseas trip. In a statement envisaging the meeting, the White House said that it will be focused on “regional and global security, including Iran.”
The Tel Aviv occupation entity has long been a vocal opponent of the restoration of the JCPOA - a nuclear deal between Iran and the P5+1 [the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council—China, France, Russia, United Kingdom, United States—plus Germany]. Tel Aviv has been voicing allegations that Tehran is developing a nuclear weapon, with the Islamic republic repeatedly dismissing the claims, saying that its nuclear program remains exclusively peaceful.
Negotiations in Vienna in regard to a possible revival of the deal, which the former US president, Donald Trump, unilaterally exited in 2018, began earlier in April, stalling later as Tehran welcomed a new administration. As Washington urges Tehran to return to the JCPOA nuclear obligations that it stepped away from after Trump exited the deal, the Islamic republic insists that the US must first lift its sanctions against the Middle Eastern nation.